Not bad for entry-level work
Art Department (Current Employee) – Groton, MA – February 8, 2017
Deluxe is a pretty decent company to work for so long as you don't get your hopes up. If you have skill, and keep your nose to the grindstone, you'll be just fine.
Deluxe does not have very much upward mobility that I can tell, so you cannot get in right out of school, and climb the corporate ladder here (unless you have designs on being a team leader, which is about all you can obtain).
Corporate leadership is severely lacking, leading to many confusing, and frustrating decisions that negatively impact morale and productivity. Typically once the poor decision has been executed, management does the best they can to support you and to put out the fire, and they do a good job of not blaming you for the fire that had to be put out, but nothing ever comes of it. No special bonus for going above and beyond the line of duty to serve our customers, just a "thank you, you guys are the best!"
Like I said, if you have skills, you'll do just fine, but job satisfaction can become lacking unless you just need a paycheck and don't want to work hard. This is not the place to be long-term if you are an ambitious person. This is, however, a great stepping stone location, as I've been able to stand on my own two feet for years now thanks to them, and while the job isn't all that fulfilling, it sure as heck beats being unemployed.
Stress is low, and the only people who seem to get stressed are the people who lack interpersonal skills, or perhaps simply have anger management issues.
Livable (if not great) wages, the coworkers are generally great people, and comraderie is relatively high. Tenure gets you great PTO benefits, perhaps the best I've seen.
Going the extra mile never pays off, upward mobility is almost non-existent within the company, so ambition does not pay off.